Apartman Srce Zagreba

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Bednjanska, 10,, Zagreb, Zagreb, 10000, Croatia
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Hostel websites

by Cool-123

Hi anybody,

I would like to know any useful websites especially for hostel (exclude the hostelworld.com) as I want visit the hostel own webpagees in Croatia and I will stop in some cities over there. I will be there around 13 Jul and plan to stay for few weeks. So, it will be great to have such info.

Thanks in advance

Edith

Re: Hostel websites

by leics

http://www.hostelcroatia.com/

will list hostels in the places you might want to visit.

Then you can simply google the hostel name + the place name to get their website....if it exists. Not all hostels have their own websites.

http://www.hihostels.com/dba/country-Croatia-HR.en.htm

lists the Hostelling International hostels.

http://www.hostelz.com/hostels/Croatia/Zagreb/Zagreb

lists hostels in Zagreb.

Individual websites:

http://www.hostel-lika.com/

www.hostel-zagreb.com

www.ravnice-youth-hostel.hr

www.nazor.hr

More if you google.

Re: Hostel websites

by HORSCHECK

Hello Edith,

When I was in Zagreb I stayed in a student accomodation which are rented out to tourists during university breaks in summer. It is a very good alternative to hostels.

“STUDENT” TOURIST AGENCY
SAVSKA CESTA 25.
10 000 ZAGREB
phone. 003851/4593-590
fax. 003851/4593-592
e-mail: turizam@sczg.hr

Please have a look at my Zagreb page for more info about this.

I hope this helps

HORSCHECK

Re: Hostel websites

by unaS

http://www.bugeurope.com/destinations/croatia.html might be helpful

Re: Hostel websites

by Cool-123

Hi Holger,

Thanks for your help and will visit your page for details. How's your trip??

Cheers

Edith

Re: Hostel websites

by miccek

either you can contact private accommodation, bunch of them cannot get isue for hostel (because of croatian laws), but they are quite good. list of zagreb accommodation: http://www.zagreb-touristinfo.hr/?id=53&l=e&nav=nav4

Travel Tips for Zagreb

Airport Immigration

by dlytle

I found the immigration process to be very quick and easy. The only problem I encountered at the airport is that my luggage did not make my connecting flight from Warsaw so I was without my essentials for almost 24 hours. It did manage to find me at the Sheraton Hotel, on my second day, for which I am grateful.

Of course your passport is required but no visa is required to enter Croatia if you are a USA citizen.

Trg Bana Josipa Jelacica

by croisbeauty

Trg Bana Josipa Jelacica, the Ban Josip Jelacic Square, is the very heart of Zagreb. The square came into being in the 17th century. All the buildings surrounding the square today were built in the course of a hundred years and so represent a variety of styles, from Classicism and Secession to Modernism. This is the point where walking tours of Zagreb start and where you will return when sightseeing is over.

History

by acemj

Well, if you really want some history on Zagreb, read a book! I will mention that the word Zagreb literally means, "behind the hill" since the city is at the foot of Mount Medvednica. The city was once controlled by Hungary and Niksa told me that technically, the city was really two separate municipalities with Kaptol and Gradec having a historical rivalry.

Zagreb was part of the Habsburg Empire which was primarily centered in Vienna and Budapest. Then in the 19th century, Zagreb finally started to get a sense of itself . Some Croatian nationalism began to build and a cultural scene began to develop. In the early 20th century, with the creation of Yugoslavia, power shifted to Belgrade and it wasn't until after WWII that Zagreb become the seat of government for the republic of Croatia.

Fortunately, the city escaped any heavy physical damage from the war in the 1990s, although there was a rocket attack in Gradec in 1991.

Religion

by Zo72

There is only remaining gate to old Gradec on this photo,, Kamenita vrata (Stone gate). There is shrine in there so don't be too loud when entering. There are many people praying and lighning candles there. On the walls there are marble slabs saying, "Thank you Holy mother for you have helped ..." On slabs of people from Split there is thanking not only to Holy mother but also to Holy Duje, protector of Split.

This is religious focus of the city and people come here to pray for help and health. Since many of these prayers came true, there are many thanks there. Sit on bench to pray or to observe what is happening there.

Zagreb is predominantly Catholic city and it is Catholic stronghold. There are many churches in the city, especially around Opatovina (behind Dolac market).

There are many Orthodox people living in Zagreb as well and there is Orthodox church in the very city centre on Cvjetni trg (Preradović square)).

There is one of the biggest European mosques in Zagreb also. You can visit it by tram and if you do, it is a great place to taste best coffee in the city (they call it kahva or kafa). Check carpets in prayer room because they are work of art.

You can also check old mosque on Trg žrtava fašizma (Square of fascism victims), it is well worth visiting, there is museum these days there.

And of course, visit Cathedral! :)

Beautiful Cibona Tower

by roza_hr

Tall, slim and elegant, Cibona glass tower self-effacingly reflects its surroundings, yet its sophisticated beauty cannot go unnoticed. One of the well known symbols of Zagreb, it's actually an office building in Savska Street designed in mid 80's. Needless to say, it's one of my very favourite buildings in Zagreb and as I work near, I get to admire it every day on my way to the office.

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